Some people enjoy taking pictures of Belize, a few like my mom opt for postcards over snapping pics and others enjoy looking at other peoples images of Belize.
It’s always interesting to see how someone frames a shot and puts in their artistic touches when making it truly their own work of art.
The amazing pictures in today’s post are from Ric Hornsby, a disabled Nature and Fine Art Photographer from Canada, recently traveled throughout most of Belize. He is back in Canada now, working through a pile of images and will soon launch a website where his work will be available. In the interim, Ric wanted to share a few of his experiences through images of the many wonderful things he saw while traveling in Belize.
In the photographer’s own words:
“Opinionated, disabled, generally late for lunch, at peace with nature. Yeah, that’s me in a nutshell. Oh. I also carry a camera, and I travel. I have very limited use of my right hand due to being disabled. Being right-handed, this makes working through images a somewhat slower process. It requires detailed mousing abilities, and I can only do so much at a time. Stay tuned for a link to a larger collection of what this country means to an old curmudgeon with a camera!”
Here are 9 of the over 13,000 shots Ric captured during his travels. Including a few of a Great Egret that he met while walking the shore of Caye Caulker. Ric mentioned “If you spent time there this winter, you may have seen the same bird. It was hanging out around Popeye’s.
If you are interested in any of Ric’s work, you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org